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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Natwest Group Plc NWG London Ordinary Share GB00B7T77214 ORD 100P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
5.30 2.73% 199.55 16:35:08
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
195.05 195.05 199.35 199.55 194.25
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johnwise: Nomura Shares Slide After $2 Billion U.S. Subsidiary Loss Flagged Nomura’s Tokyo shares were down 15.57% to JPY608.5 ($5.55 by 1:09 AM ET (5:09 AM GMT), after dropping to as much as 16% in early Asian trading as investors flooded the bank with sell orders.
pawsche: I've personally never been involved in a company share buyback that's done anything material for the share price. If companies have loads of spare cash they should pay a special dividend - then everybody gets some benefit. Buy-backs just benefit their mates in the institutions who pick up a shedload of fees while the ordinary investor gets toss-all.
johnwise: Markets Chinese government-backed funds snap up stocks to halt plunge Correction comes amid worries of asset bubbles, US yields and overvaluation HONG KONG -- Funds backed by the Chinese government on Tuesday bought shares to limit the rout in domestic stocks after China's main index tumbled into correction territory. Traders said that brokers linked to the funds, which often are referred to as the "national team" for the role they play in stopping rapid falls in China's equity markets, were active in morning trading in the mainland and through the cross-border Stock Connect program, which allows investors in Hong Kong to buy yuan-denominated shares. The support, which comes amid the National People's Congress meeting in Beijing helped the markets trim losses for the day. The NPC is the most important governmental event of the year in China, where authorities monitor market developments closely. Investors have dumped stocks on fears they are overvalued and are vulnerable to rising U.S. bond yields. They also have been worried over a faster-than-expected fiscal and monetary policy normalization in China after regulators warned of asset bubbles.
johnwise: Quantitative easing (Money Printing) Update: Stocks tumble as Powell signals inflation is ahead New York (CNN Business)US stocks tumbled Thursday after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell predicted an increase in consumer prices this summer — something investors fear will force interest rates up sooner than expected. Powell, speaking at a conference Thursday, predicted strong job growth and increases in consumer prices as the vaccine rollout allows the economy to reopen fully. But he cautioned the Fed does not think the economy is at risk of overheating. Still, the market reacted strongly to his interview. The 10-year US government bond yield jumped and was up 0.07% at 1.54% around the time of the closing bell. Meanwhile, stocks sold off. The Dow (INDU) finished down 1.1%, or 346 points, and the S&P 500 (SPX) closed 1.3% lower. The Nasdaq Composite (COMP) fell even more sharply, tumbling 2.1%. The index managed to just avoid dipping into correction territory — defined as a 10% drop from its most recent high -— as it was down 9.7% from its February 12 record high. The Nasdaq has erased its gains for the year.
polar fox: You people are so ignorant.... Annual Results 2020 Annual Results for 2020 will be released on Friday 19 February at 7am followed by a management presentation at 9am and a call with fixed income investors at 1pm. unquote
johnwise: MARKET REPORT: Investors down tools at housebuilder Persimmon with shares down 6.2% as it warns of an uncertain few months ahead amid the coronavirus pandemic It also warned of the pandemic's effect on 'unemployment levels and consumer confidence', which could damage house-buying, the impact of an end to the stamp duty holiday, and increased customs duties on supplies imported from the EU due to Brexit.
smurfy2001: Investors in the money as watchdog lifts bank dividends ban after lenders post better-than-expected profits 😍
cassini: Well it's certainly an increase in flexibility for investors but speaking personally I've never come across a share so expensive I couldn't buy about the number I wanted (I don't buy FAANG stocks). My most expensive share was about £20/share - no big deal. As for buying small amounts - again, is this an app aimed at people with very little disposable income, as I personally wouldn't see the point in buying £2 of shares (their minimum buy). Do people who have very little money even buy shares anyway? Commission free investing is the real advantage I reckon - people can trade and/or buy small amounts without invoking a significant fee.
netcurtains: That dividend news announced last night sounds good for some investors. I wonder if Ordinary holders will be next in line for a dividend too?
polar fox: British Land have announced their intention of resuming dividends with their upcoming half-yearly next month; RNS this morning. Twice yearly rather than quarterly, on a slightly reduced calculation basis. I suppose this might improve the background tone for investors hoping banks might be allowed to do something similar next year.
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